A Part of the Classical and Chamber Performance Series
Virtuoso pianist Gregory Knight was a finalist in the 2016 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition for Outstanding Amateurs, where he was also awarded the Creative Programming Award. The North Carolina native has appeared in recital and with symphonies all over the world.
A Part of the Heritage! Series
David has been performing as Sammy Davis Jr. since 1991. He sings and looks like Sammy, tap dances, plays the drums, and does impersonations. Performing songs made famous by the famous crooner, including "Once In A Lifetime", "Old Black Magic", "What Kind Of Fool Am I", and "Candy Man", you don’t want to miss this tribute!
A Part of the Music at McGregor Series
The Southern Appalachian Chamber Singers, founded in 1998 by Joel F. Reed, promote choral artistry by modeling the highest quality choral standard and performing a breadth of literature, including music from the southern Appalachian region.
Multiplatinum: Rock & Roll, Grammy, and Vocal Group Hall of Fame Artists Since 1953, The Platters were one of the most successful vocal groups of the early rock and roll era. With hits such as "Only You" and "The Great Pretender", they were the first rock and roll group to have a Top Ten album in America!
From its formation in 2003, Ernie Haase has built Signature Sound into one of the most popular and beloved quartets in all of Southern Gospel music. The group has traveled all over the world, offering energy, excitement and encouragement through its powerful brand of gospel music.
In a tribute to McGregor Hall visionary Sam Watkins, a thirteen-piece chamber orchestra will present an afternoon of American chamber music under the baton of Mark Hopper. The program will feature both the world premiere of “Elegy” for chamber orchestra written in memory of Sam Watkins by composer Philip M. Young and a performance of the original “Appalachian Spring” ballet of Aaron Copland. The concert is part of the Music at McGregor series.
The one consistent thing about life is change. Things around us are constantly changing. So when a group like Triumphant Quartet maintains consistency, it speaks volumes about whom they are and what all they have accomplished. Triumphant is the face of quality Gospel Music, Christian integrity, family values, friendship and dedication.
They're back! R&B legends The Manhattans featuring Henderson-native Gerald Alston bring their smooth sound and hits back to McGregor Hall this summer. Get ready for "Kiss and Say Goodbye," "Shining Star" and many more of your favorites. Enhance your evening with Meet & Greet Tickets that include front-row seats and a private catered reception with Gerald Alston prior to the show.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat presented by the Henderson Rec Players will be on stage for five performances: Friday, July 6 at 8 p.m.; Saturday, July 7 at 8 p.m.; Sunday, July 8, at 2 p.m.; Saturday, July 14, at 8 p.m.; and Sunday, July 15, at 2 p.m.
Part of the Music at McGregor Performance Series: Pianist John Noel with Aurora Musicalis will perform two concerts in one. Start the afternoon with a solo piano recital by Dr. Noel for the first half of the program and then he will be joined by AURORA MUSICALIS, a piano trio.
Karen Peck and New River are Christian Music's Hitmakers. If you’ve heard their hit gospel song Revival, then you know their power to spread the message through Southern Gospel. Over the past four years, the group has had six consecutive No. 1 songs in Southern Gospel Music.
This upbeat holiday concert, Christmas With the Embers featuring Craig Woolard, comes back to our community for the 10th consecutive year. Brought to you by the Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce along with Presenting Sponsor Maria Parham Medical Center.